Monday, June 15, 2009


Departures Force The Hartford To Look Outside

When The Hartford Financial Services Group announced it would conduct an external search for its new CEO, it didn’t surprise many Wall Street analysts who have said a “management vacuum” at the 199-year-old insurer left them no other choice but to look outside the company.

Since 2007, The Hartford has seen six top executives leave the company, with outgoing chairman and CEO Ramani Ayer becoming the latest.

That depletion of top level management left few qualified candidates for The Hartford’s top spot and has raised some concerns among company investors...

Hartford Business: Departures Force The Hartford To Look Outside

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